Technopolis was already visited by more than 120 thousand people
Argentina, July 17, 2011
Oscar Parrilli, along with the Minister of Science and Technology, said: “Technopolis shows what the Argentines can do in science and technology”.
In addition to samples of technology, activities include dance, music, artistic experimentation, audiovisual content, urban sports and other topics.
Another innovation is the Scene Interactive Audiovisual set that combines a visual, audio and sculptures made from recycled materials.
It also has the presentation of the National Gateway parade that brings together more than four hundred artists from all over the country as artists, artisans, universities and designers.
Located in Villa Martelli, Buenos Aires, this large exhibition occupies an area of 50 hectares which houses the Centre for Scientific and Technological Research of the Ministry of Defense.
The exhibition runs until 24 August, from Tuesday to Sunday from 12 pm till 21 pm at General Paz between Balbin and Constituyentes.